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The study of linguistics makes connections across a wide array of scholarly concerns, from the humanities to many of the social and behavioral sciences to biology, physics, engineering, and even medicine. The study of language is central to a large number of rapidly advancing fields, such as neuroscience, cognitive science, and computer science. These overlapping domains make it challenging to stay informed about every applicable area and great deal of this work has moved online with the most recent scholarship, research, and statistics appearing in online databases.

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Editor in Chief

Mark Aronoff is a professor of linguistics at the State University of New York/Stony Brook. From 1995 to 2001, he served as the editor of Language, the Journal of the Linguistic Society of America. In 2005, he was President of the Linguistic Society of America. Aronoff was elected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2001, and a fellow of the Linguistic Society of America in 2007. He is an editor of Italian Journal of Linguistics and editorial board member of Lincom Europa, The Mental Lexicon, Morphology, Rivista di Linguistica, and Writing Systems Research. In addition to publishing over 50 journal articles, Aronoff has authored three monographs: Word Formation in Generative Grammar (MIT Press, l976), Morphology by Itself: Stems and Inflectional Classes (MIT Press, 1994), and What is Morphology, with Kirsten Fudeman (Blackwell, 2004). He has also edited several books, textbooks and journal issues, including Contemporary Linguistics: An Introduction, 6th edition, co-authored with William O’Grady and Michael Dobrovolsky (Bedford/St Martins, 2010) and is co-editor of The Handbook of Linguistics (Blackwell, 2003).

 


STANDING EDITORIAL BOARD

Southern Oregon University
University of York
Harvard University
University of Toronto

FORMER STANDING EDITORIAL BOARD

Paris-Sorbonne University
University of California, Los Angeles

FOUNDING EDITORIAL BOARD

Yale University
Lyle Campbell
University of Hawaii, Manoa
Stanford University
Radboud University
Georgetown University
University of Geneva
University of California, Santa Barbara
Harvard University
University of Toronto
Rice University

ARTICLES AND CONTRIBUTORS

* = recently published

Jon Sprouse
University of Connecticut
Allard Jongman
The University of Kansas
Eve V. Clark
Stanford University
Stela Manova
University of Vienna
Bonny Sands
Northern Arizona University
Omer Preminger
Syracuse University
Conor McDonough Quinn
University of Southern Maine
George Starostin
Russian State University for the Humanities
Eric Reuland
Universiteit Utrecht
Martin Everaert
Universiteit Utrecht
Anna Volkova
Universiteit Utrecht
Susan Edwards
University of Reading
Christos Salis
University of Reading
Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald
James Cook University
Beth Levin
Stanford University
Marie K. Huffman
Stony Brook University, State University of New York
Arika Okrent
Sharon Hargus
University of Washington
Claire Bowern
Yale University
Alexander Adelaar
The University of Melbourne
Bronwyn M. Bjorkman
University of Toronto
Tej K. Bhatia
Syracuse University
Cedric Boeckx
Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats (ICREA)
Franz Rainer
Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
Marina Chumakina
University of Surrey
Sìm Innes
Harvard University
Rosalind Thornton
Macquarie University
Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald
James Cook University
Vyvyan Evans
Bangor University
Marcus Taft
University of New South Wales
Joseph Salmons
University of Wisconsin—Madison
Jeff Pelletier
Simon Fraser University
Sergio Scalise
University of Bologna
Francesca Forza
Università degli studi di Verona
Robert Dale
Macquarie University
Ping Li
Pennsylvania State University
Xiaowei Zhao
Emmanuel College
Mirjam Fried
Charles University, Prague
Jack Sidnell
University of Toronto
Laurence Horn
Yale University
Grant Goodall
University of California, San Diego
Pieter Muysken
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Margot van den Berg
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Klaus von Heusinger
Universität Stuttgart
Edward J. Vajda
Western Washington University
Igor Mel’čuk
Université de Montréal
E. Phoevos Panagiotidis
University of Cyprus
Raquel Fernández
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Scott H. Fraundorf
University of Rochester
Jennifer Arnold
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Daniel Currie Hall
Saint Mary's University
Jeff Mielke
University of Ottawa
Sanford Steever
Chris Rogers
The University of Utah
Lyle Campbell
The University of Hawai'I
Maayan Adar
McGill University
Jessica Coon
McGill University
Anna Berge
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald
James Cook University
Barbara Hemforth
National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS)
Keren Rice
University of Toronto
Mans Hulden
Helsingin yliopisto
Jenny Audring
Universiteit Leiden
Søren Wichmann
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Knut Tarald Taraldsen
Universitetet i Tromsø
Dan Dediu
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Sarah Graham
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Adam Kendon
University of Pennsylvania
D. Gary Miller
University of Florida
Maria Polinsky
Harvard University
John E. Joseph
The University of Edinburgh
Ans van Kemenade
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Bettelou Los
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
David Mortensen
University of Pittsburgh
Carmen Jany
California State University, San Bernardino
Salvatore Attardo
Texas A&M University
Irit Meir
University of Haifa
Oksana Tkachman
The University of British Columbia
Manfred Sailer
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
Henriëtte de Swart
Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics, Utrecht Institute of Linguistics
Marianne Mithun
University of California, Santa Barbara
Yarden Kedar
The Center for Academic Studies
Abigail Cohn
Cornell University
Marie K. Huffman
Stony Brook University, State University of New York
Carlos Gussenhoven
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Yiya Chen
Universiteit Leiden
Sónia Frota
Universidade de Lisboa
Pilar Prieto
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
John H. Esling
University of Victoria
Karin Michelson
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Haruo Kubozono
National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
Daniel Harbour
Queen Mary University of London
Peter Jenks
University of California, Berkeley
Pittayawat Pittayaporn
Chulalongkorn University
Peter Austin
University of London
Andrea Wilhelm
University of Victoria
Nicholas Ostler
SOAS, University of London
Tucker Childs
Portland State University
William R. Leben
Stanford University
Geoffrey K. Pullum
The University of Edinburgh
Dirk Geeraerts
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Yehuda N. Falk
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Paul Garrett
Temple University
Peggy Li
Harvard University
David Barner
University of California, San Diego
Yoonjung Kang
University of Toronto Scarborough
François Yvon
Centre national de la recherche scientifique
Alan Bale
Concordia University
David Barner
University of California, San Diego
Alice G.B. ter Meulen
Université de Genève
Benjamin Spector
École Normale Supérieure
Nora C. England
The University of Texas at Austin
Roberto Zavala Maldonado
Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social - Unidad Sureste
Nora C. England
The University of Texas at Austin
Roberto Zavala Maldonado
Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social - Unidad Sureste
Mark Johnson
University of Oregon
Lenore Grenoble
The University of Chicago
Adam Roth Singerman
The University of Chicago
Peter Bakker
Aarhus Universitet
Søren Wichmann
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Geert Booij
Universiteit Leiden
Mark Aronoff
Stony Brook University, State University of New York
Akira Omaki
Johns Hopkins University
Masaya Yoshida
Northwestern University
Gregory D.S. Anderson
Living Tongues Institute For Endangered Languages
Jack Martin
The College of William & Mary
Laurence Horn
Yale University
Edwin Battistella
Southern Oregon University
Terje Lohndal
Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet
Howard Lasnik
University of Maryland
Brett Baker
The University of Melbourne
David Erschler
University of Massachusetts Amherst
George Starostin
Russian State University for the Humanities
Paolo Acquaviva
University College Dublin
Tania Ionin
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ora Matushansky
Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS (UiL OTS)
Malcolm Ross
Australian National University
Harald Hammarström
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Anthony Grant
Edge Hill University
Bernhard Nickel
Harvard University
Michael Ashby
University College London
Paul de Lacy
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Frank Van Eynde
University of Leuven
Mikael Parkvall
Stockholm University
Peter Bakker
Aarhus Universitet
Anastasia Giannakidou
The University of Chicago
Eleonora Rossi
The Pennsylvania State University
Judith Kroll
The Pennsylvania State University
Eva M. Fernández
Queens College, City University of New York
Suzanne Urbanczyk
University of Victoria
Dana Cohen
Université Paris 8
Anne Zribi-Hertz
Université Paris 8
Mark de Vries
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Donna B. Gerdts
Simon Fraser University
Beth Levin
Stanford University
Carl Börstell
Stockholm University
Wendy Sandler
University of Haifa
Mark Aronoff
Stony Brook University, State University of New York
Christine Mallinson
University of Maryland
Joseph Salmons
University of Wisconsin—Madison
Willem F. H. Adelaar
Leiden University
Cornelia Hamann
University of Oldenburg
Patrice Speeter Beddor
University of Michigan
Ljuba Veselinova
Stockholms universitet
Adam I. Cooper
Wellesley College
Draga Zec
Cornell University
Dunstan Brown
University of York
David Lightfoot
Georgetown University
Acrisio Pires
University of Michigan
Victor A. Friedman
The University of Chicago
Bert Remijsen
The University of Edinburgh
Jie Zhang
The University of Kansas
Willem de Reuse
University of North Texas
Seppo Kittilä
University of Helsinki
Kristine Stenzel
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Aryon Dall'Igna Rodrigues
Universidade de Brasília
Ana Suelly Cabral
Universidade de Brasília
Robert Henderson
University of California, Santa Cruz
Jason D. Haugen
Oberlin College
Harry van der Hulst
University of Connecticut
Matthew J. Gordon
University of Missouri
Taro Kageyama
National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
Brett Hyde
Washington University in St. Louis
Rosemary G. Beam de Azcona
University of California, Berkeley

FORTHCOMING ARTICLES

African Linguistics
Jouni Maho
Independent Scholar
Aktionsart
Hana Filip
Analogy
Farrell Ackerman
Jasmeen Kanwal
University of California, San Diego
Brain and Language
Anna Holt
Steven Small
Brain Imaging Techniques
John Drury
Caddoan Languages
Anthony Grant
Edge Hill University
Categorial Grammar
Mark Steedman
Clinical Linguistics
Louise Cummings
Nottingham Trent University
Clitics
Andrew J. Spencer
University of Essex
Complexity
Daniel Everett
Bentley University
Conditional
Ana Arregui
University of Ottawa
Copula
Barbara Citko
University of Washington
Corpus Linguistics
Michaela Mahlberg
University of Nottingham
Daniel Jones
Beverley S. Collins
Leiden University
Paul Carley
University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
Inger M. Mees
Copenhagen Business School
Dialectology
Kirk Hazen
West Virginia University
Ellipsis
Kyle Johnson
Etymology
André Thibault
Université de Paris Sorbonne (Paris IV)
Evolution and Language
Kenny Smith
Ferdinand de Saussure
John E. Joseph
University of Edinburgh
Formal Semantics
Seth Cable
University of Massachusetts Amherst
French Grammar
Anne Abeillé
Université Paris 7
Geography and Language
Hannah Haynie
Imperatives
Eric Potsdam
University of Florida
Information Structure
Malte Zimmermann
University of Potsdam
Information Theory
Rob Malouf
Interface Between Phonology and Syntax
Nicole Dehé
University of Konstanz
Interrogative
Jonathan Ginzburg
University of Paris VII: Denis Diderot
Islands
Barbara Citko
University of Washington
Juncture and Boundary
Tobias Scheer
Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, CNRS 7320
Korean
John Whitman
National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
Language, Gender, and Sexuality
Lal Zimman
Kira Hall
Languages of New Guinea
William Foley
University of Sydney
Languages of the Pacific Rim
Johanna Nichols
Leonard Bloomfield
Suzanne Kemmer
Lexicon
James Pustejovsky
Brandeis University
Linguistics and Literature
Nigel Fabb
University of Strathclyde
Long Distance Dependencies
Robert Levine
Macro-Ge Languages
Aryon Dall’Igna Rodrigues
Campus Universitario Darcy Ribeiro
Markedness
Livio Gaeta
Mental Lexicon
Gary Libben
Metathesis
Elizabeth Hume
University of Canterbury
Modification
Sebastian Bücking
Universitat Tubingen
Natural Language Processing
Steven Bird
University of Melbourne
Northwest Caucasian Languages
Yakov Teselets
Optimality Theory
Joe Pater
Panini
Ashok Aklujkar
Panoan Languages
Eliane Camargo
CNRS
Presupposition
Yasutada Sudo
Institut Jean-Nicod
Quechuan and Aymaran Languages
Willem Adelaar
Leiden University
Recursion
Daniel Everett
Bentley University
Topics
Reiko Vermeulen
University College London
Turn-Taking
Jack Sidnell
Usage-Based Linguistics
Holger Diessel
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Writing Systems
Mark Aronoff
Stony Brook University

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